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Posts for February 21st 2011
Blair Waldorf is all business in episode 16 of Gossip Girl, as proven by her professional ensemble. Most notable were her Milly sheath dress and brocade Alice and Olivia blazer, which were worn with Donna Karan tights and a gemstone ring. We added turquoise pumps to give her a fun, feminine look with unique Blair Waldorf flair. Shop now for her exact dress and jacket with other like items.
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Naomi Clark is polished in a fitted tan pencil skirt, loose black tank, and chunky gold cuff in this episode of 90210. This ensemble might be a little more professional for Naomi, but she stays true to her youthful, California spirit with her beachy hair and leopard-print belt. Shop now to mimic Naomi's buttoned-up but fun look.
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New York Fashion Week may be over, but we're just getting started on our Fall 2011 "to-shoe" lists. We don't even know where to begin; from Vena Cava's lace-up flatforms and the candy-colored cap toes at Peter Som, right down to the spage-age, Spice Girl-esque heels at Marc Jacobs and Theyskens' Theory, designers really stepped up their shoe games and gave us tons of inspiration for the coming season. Click through to see all of our favorite runway kicks.
Last season, a few editors dared to criticise Christopher Bailey for using a tried and tested method, but that could not be said of this season. Outerwear took centre stage as usual with bright coloured wool coats opening the show, all teamed with animal print flat caps. The collection gradually introduced check with '60s-inspired peacoats teamed with skintight trousers with a kick flare. Bailey was obviously influenced by the wintry weather we've been experiencing as there were heavy fur coats. The finale even took place under light snowfall as the models covered up in cute, clear rain macs.
There seemed to be more focus on bags than ever with large bowling totes and small patent clutches being the main focus. There definitely wasn't the same "must have" appeal of previous seasons (the aviator, the biker, etc.), but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. Christopher Bailey can sleep soundly tonight with another triumph under his belt!
- Trends: Heritage, '60s, fur, animal print.
- Colours: Blue, orange, green, black, white, brown, purple.
- Accessories: Large handbags with tassels, patent clutch, wedge heels.
- Key look: Olive green wool coat.
- Who would wear this: Anybody who likes classics with a twist.
Sarah Jessica Parker showed her fashion prowess by channeling some big trends from New York Fall Fashion Week: the color royal blue and long hemlines, as seen at Rag and Bone, and '70s tie-neck blouses á la Derek Lam. This is a ladylike look with a big dose of edgy thanks to her metal-edged Louboutins and metallic blouse. It's the perfect balance of vintage and modern thanks to the color and textures. Love it as much as we do? Just click on the items to buy.
For Proenza Schouler's Fall 2011 runway show, designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez continued in the vein of their pre-Fall American Southwest-inspired collection and churned out slouchy jacquard pants, asymmetric peplum jackets, and slender sheath dresses all in a modern, geometric tribal motif. To see all the edgy, graphic prints, watch our complete coverage now!